The Colbert Report
Season 9 • 10/03/2012
Country singer Kenny Rogers shares his book, "Luck or Something Like It: A Memoir."
Debate Hype & Mitt's StrategyThe Colbert ReportS9
Reporters exaggerate the importance of the first debate, and Mitt prepares one-liners for his silver-tongued opponent.
Sign Off - "America Again" ReleaseThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen always has his nose and 3D glasses in a book.
Pulpit Freedom SundayThe Colbert ReportS9
Pulpit Freedom Sunday brings together the thrill of lengthy sermons and the excitement of IRS tax policy.
Jorge RamosThe Colbert ReportS9
Mexican journalist Jorge Ramos discusses the presidential election, self-deportation and the civic contributions of undocumented immigrants.
Intro - 10/2/12The Colbert ReportS9
Churches back presidential candidates, Obama and Romney prep for the first debate, and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos sits down with Stephen.
Cheating Death - Low TThe Colbert ReportS9
With testosterone therapy, middle-aged men now have a way to feel inappropriately good about themselves.
Intro - 10/3/12The Colbert ReportS9
Mitt Romney trails Barack Obama in the polls, a breakthrough occurs in men's vitality, and music legend Kenny Rogers talks country.
George Will's Political Post-Racial JournalismThe Colbert ReportS9
Washington Post columnist and African-American pioneer George Will believes that President Obama is only leading in the polls because he is black.
Presidential Debates & Mitt Romney's Re-IntroductionThe Colbert ReportS9
Pundits debate whether or not the debates matter, and the name "Mitt Romney" just doesn't seem to stick with Americans.
Kenny RogersThe Colbert ReportS9
Country music legend Kenny Rogers discusses his jazz beginnings and trusts that his song "The Gambler" is a metaphor for something.
Voter Fraud Alert - Halloween & PennsylvaniaThe Colbert ReportS9
While asking for a photo ID is now meaningless, Pennsylvania election officials are still allowed the consolation prize of harassing voters for no reason.
Mitt's "Etch A Sketch" BehaviorThe Colbert ReportS9
Mitt Romney shakes up his long-term policy promises, but the fact-check mafia warns that it could backfire.
Mitt's Socialist Rhetoric & Body LanguageThe Colbert ReportS9
Though Mitt Romney contradicted everything he said on the campaign trail, Fox News applauds his confident facial expressions during the debate.
George ChurchThe Colbert ReportS9
Molecular geneticist George Church shares his book, "Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature and Ourselves."
Chris Matthews's Impotent RageThe Colbert ReportS9
MSNBC craps its pants over Barack Obama's debate performance, and Mr. Potato Head Chris Matthews is particularly steamed.
Sign Off - Rabbit FoodThe Colbert ReportS9
Stephen feeds Mitt Romney's updated tax plan.
Obama's Debate Apathy & PBSThe Colbert ReportS9
President Obama acts like he doesn't want to debate, and the Alpha Mitt plans to can Jim Lehrer and Big Bird.
Sign Off - Welcome Baby Brumm!The Colbert ReportS9
Stephen's writer sends a story pitch during his first day with his new daughter.
Koch Brothers & Orc Senate CandidateThe Colbert ReportS9
Charles and David Koch pledge $1 million to Arkansas House Republicans, and Maine state Senate candidate Colleen Lachowicz gets slammed for her gaming hobby.
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